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6-10, 3rd in AFC East
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Will Landry be with Dolphins next season? (0:39)

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Pitt secondary coach Renaldo Hill is leaving for a position with the Miami Dolphins. Hill spent the past three seasons with Pat Narduzzi's staff. "Coaching in the NFL has been Renaldo's aspiration and we are thrilled he's getting this opportunity with the Dolphins," Narduzzi wrote on Twitter today. "... Renaldo will always be a Panther and always be part of our program."

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Report: Dolphins hire former Lions assistants

A person familiar with the situation says former Detroit Lions assistant coaches Tony Oden and Kris Kocurek have joined coach Adam Gase's staff with the Miami Dolphins. Oden will coach defensive backs, and Kocurek will coach the defensive line.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The winning legends captains for the AFC — Jason Taylor and LaDainian Tomlinson.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami Dolphins safety Reshad Jones with one of the more colorful pair of cleats.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

When your guy wins at dodgeball and the soundtrack is lit.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Two fierce competitors -- Ryan Kerrigan and AFC legends captain Jason Taylor -- embrace after another Epic Dodgeball battle.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Look at that menacing stare from Jarvis Landry. You absolutely do NOT want to get pegged by this guy in dodgeball. I came close.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

For the second straight year, Walt Aikens is serving as a Dolphins correspondent at the Pro Bowl. He reported that Reshad Jones has a G5 in the parking lot and finished off this interview with Jarvis Landry by handing him some cash. Aikens told him, "This is to hold you over for a little while."

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Landry 'making progress' in talks with Dolphins

Jarvis Landry told ESPN on Thursday that he and the Dolphins are "making progress" on a deal a week after he said he felt disrespected by the team.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

As the Lions wait to hire their head coach, they have lost another assistant. Defensive line coach Kris Kocurek is headed to Miami for a similar role with the Dolphins, his wife posted on Facebook this morning. Kocurek had been with Detroit since 2009 and coached through the Jim Schwartz and Jim Caldwell eras. He also was Ndamukong Suh's position coach during his time with the Lions -- a pairing that will reunite in Miami. Kocurek is widely respected around the league and was particularly good in Detroit of getting players to reach unexpected potential (Kerry Hyder, George Johnson and Devin Taylor).

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Landry: Contract talks with Fins 'disrespectful'

Wide receiver Jarvis Landry isn't sure why contract talks with the Dolphins have stalled, but the NFL leader in receptions this season feels the process has been "disrespectful" to this point.

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35dMike Sando

Re-grading every NFL team's 2017 offseason

Few paid much attention last March when the Minnesota Vikings signed Case Keenum to a one-year contract for $2 million -- but that move became one of the most pivotal of the 2017 season. Here's how every team's offseason acquisitions look now.

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Ex-Fins assistant: Leaked video 'what I needed'

Chris Foerster, who resigned as the Dolphins' offensive line coach in October after video surfaced of him snorting cocaine, has completed rehab and told NFL.com that he hopes to coach again but is at peace if his career is over.

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Landry ($48K) one of 3 fined in Bills-Fins tussle

Jarvis Landry ($48,620), Kenyan Drake ($12,154) and Leonard Johnson ($12,154 each) each were fined for their roles in last Sunday's fourth-quarter melee in Miami.

Team Stats

Passing Yards220.918th
Rushing Yards86.829th
Points For17.428th
Points Against24.629th